News Author: Hub City Radio Staff

Legislature seeking high school students for legislative pages prefered application deadline October 8th

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Applications are currently being accepted from South Dakota high school students interested in serving as pages for the 2022 Legislative Session. Pages are appointed to serve in the House of Representatives or the Senate for one of five terms during January,  February, and March. The 97th South Dakota Legislative Session runs… Read more »

Legislature seeking high school students for legislative pages prefered application deadline October 8th

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Applications are currently being accepted from South Dakota high school students interested in serving as pages for the 2022 Legislative Session. Pages are appointed to serve in the House of Representatives or the Senate for one of five terms during January,  February, and March. The 97th South Dakota Legislative Session runs… Read more »

Rally Sept. 14 in Sioux Falls to support Medical Freedom

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – In response to the recent COVID-19 vaccine mandates announced by both the Sanford Health and Avera Health Systems, protestors will gather Sept. 14 at noon near the Sanford Medical Center campus for a rally in support of Medical Freedom. More than 46,000 employees are impacted by the mandates, which require the… Read more »

Rally Sept. 14 in Sioux Falls to support Medical Freedom

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – In response to the recent COVID-19 vaccine mandates announced by both the Sanford Health and Avera Health Systems, protestors will gather Sept. 14 at noon near the Sanford Medical Center campus for a rally in support of Medical Freedom. More than 46,000 employees are impacted by the mandates, which require the… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 5 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 5 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases increased & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,084. The state had 615 new cases and 328 recoveries, increasing active infections to 7,032. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 5 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 5 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases increased & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,084. The state had 615 new cases and 328 recoveries, increasing active infections to 7,032. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

Flags at half-staff in honor of Patriot Day

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Governor Kristi Noem has ordered that flags be flown at half-staff statewide from sunrise until sundown on Saturday, September 11, 2021, in honor of Patriot Day. Patriot Day commemorates the people killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. In honor of the 13 American servicemembers killed in the recent attack… Read more »

Flags at half-staff in honor of Patriot Day

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Governor Kristi Noem has ordered that flags be flown at half-staff statewide from sunrise until sundown on Saturday, September 11, 2021, in honor of Patriot Day. Patriot Day commemorates the people killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. In honor of the 13 American servicemembers killed in the recent attack… Read more »

Fort Pierre City Council approve first West River hemp farm

FORT PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- It won’t be very large, but the first West River industrial hemp farm has been approved by the Fort Pierre City Council.  In what will amount to a test plot in the minimum required half-acre, Jess Wright says he wants to use the land to educate and research how it grows. Wright’s… Read more »

Fort Pierre City Council approve first West River hemp farm

FORT PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- It won’t be very large, but the first West River industrial hemp farm has been approved by the Fort Pierre City Council.  In what will amount to a test plot in the minimum required half-acre, Jess Wright says he wants to use the land to educate and research how it grows. Wright’s… Read more »

Sturgis City Council pass zoning ordinance for cannabis

STURGIS, S.D.(KBHB) – The city of Sturgis continued its work on its ordinances related to medical cannabis this week. Council members passed second reading of an ordinance that will set up zoning areas for it. Sturgis City Manager Daniel Ainslie says the ordinance says medical cannabis testing facilities or growing operations will be limited to… Read more »

Sturgis City Council pass zoning ordinance for cannabis

STURGIS, S.D.(KBHB) – The city of Sturgis continued its work on its ordinances related to medical cannabis this week. Council members passed second reading of an ordinance that will set up zoning areas for it. Sturgis City Manager Daniel Ainslie says the ordinance says medical cannabis testing facilities or growing operations will be limited to… Read more »

Hotter temps today makes firefighting more difficult

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- Just as the summer is winding down, the heat is ramping up, with temperatures expected to approach triple digits in the Rapid City area through today. Tessa Jaeger, public information officer for the Rapid City Fire Department, said the difference between firefighting on an eighty degree day and a ninety-nine degree day… Read more »

Hotter temps today makes firefighting more difficult

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- Just as the summer is winding down, the heat is ramping up, with temperatures expected to approach triple digits in the Rapid City area through today. Tessa Jaeger, public information officer for the Rapid City Fire Department, said the difference between firefighting on an eighty degree day and a ninety-nine degree day… Read more »

Recap of the SD Joint Redistricting Committee held Thursday

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Thursday, the South Dakota Redistricting Committee met in Pierre. The committee established that the Sioux Falls area will get a minimum of 9 and likely 10 districts for the South Dakota Legislature.  No vote was performed as the committee are looking for feedback from the Sioux Falls Region. The committee did agree… Read more »

Recap of the SD Joint Redistricting Committee held Thursday

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Thursday, the South Dakota Redistricting Committee met in Pierre. The committee established that the Sioux Falls area will get a minimum of 9 and likely 10 districts for the South Dakota Legislature.  No vote was performed as the committee are looking for feedback from the Sioux Falls Region. The committee did agree… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 2 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 2 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases increased & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,079. The state had 619 new cases and 374 recoveries, increasing active infections to 6,750. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 2 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 2 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases increased & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,079. The state had 619 new cases and 374 recoveries, increasing active infections to 6,750. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

Douglas Schools now require masks wearing starting Monday

BOX ELDER, S.D.(News Center 1) — The Douglas School District announced Wednesday evening that a masking protocol will be implemented. The Douglas School Board made the decision on August 23, 2021 that a masking protocol would be put in place if the number of active cases reaches 1.5 percent of the combined population of staff… Read more »

Douglas Schools now require masks wearing starting Monday

BOX ELDER, S.D.(News Center 1) — The Douglas School District announced Wednesday evening that a masking protocol will be implemented. The Douglas School Board made the decision on August 23, 2021 that a masking protocol would be put in place if the number of active cases reaches 1.5 percent of the combined population of staff… Read more »